Study: 43% of Investors Interested in Bitcoin are Women
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Grayscale, a popular bitcoin fund operator, recently published a report that suggests that almost 50% of investors interested in the largest crypto by market capitalization are women.

According to the study, which was conducted earlier this year among 1,100 US investors aged between 25 and 64 who owned at least $10,000 in investable assets, GoogleAnalytics data suggesting that 90% of participants in the crypto market are men may not be accurate. According to the report:

"Bitcoin conversations tend to focus on a predominantly male audience, however, data suggests women also have a healthy interest in Bitcoin."

According to data gathered during the study, 56.2% of women and 56.4% of men believe cryptos will grow, while almost 50% of women believe this growth will be boosted by the fact that BTC’s supply is finite.

Regarding whether or not it is time to buy, men and women have a slightly different opinion. On the one hand, 47% of women believe BTC price will rise, so the time to buy has come, while this belief is only shared by 39% of men.

The report also suggests women usually see investments as a way of protecting themselves and their families and not as a way of just making money.

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